Removes 100% Chlorine, one of Australia's number 1 killers.
Chlorine causes Heart Disease, Cancer ["Cancer risk among people drinking chlorinated water is 93% higher than among
those whose water does not contain chlorine." US Council of Environmental Quality], Asthma, Will affect the strength
of medication and causes skin allegies.
Remove 100% Parasites, Bacteria, Eggs, Cysts Worms that cause Flu and Stomach problems. Also remove Gardia, Ecoli, Salmonella
Reduce Pesticides 98%, Aluminium - causes Alzheimers, Heavy Metal
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100% Unlimited Pure Filtered Water - Essential to every home, business, caravan.
Save on water usage. Save Money on bottled water. Stop throwing plastic bottles into the environment.
Versatile take it overseas, visiting relatives and friends, camping and caravan
Use in Town and Tank Water
Water is the most important nutrient we consume everyday of our lives. Its the solvent for the foods we eat, transporting
nutrients and helping to metabolize or assimilate them throughout our body. It holds the products of digestion in solution,
carrying them through the intestinal wall into the blood stream. The blood-plasms which is 90% water then passes through the
human vascular system carrying nutrients to cells and waste product through the skin, kidneys, and bowels. Water is crucial
to every bodily function.
Water makes up 75% of your body. You are what you drink.
Water helps maintain proper muscular tone and prevents dehydration.
Water helps make the skin clear, healthy looking, and resilient.
Water helps rid the body of waste and relieves constipation.
Water increases energy levels.
Water suppresses the appetite naturally.
Water is the key to any weight reduction plan.
There is no new water. Water is regenerated from the earth's surface back to the atmosphere layers where it returns again.
This reoccurring process is know as the "Hydrological Cycle." In this process, water picks up many toxic chemical
in the process, including; lead, zinc, chlorine, berium, selenium, manganese, formaldehyde, aluminum sulfate, etc.
Only 3% of the earth's water is fresh. Two thirds of that is ice. Only 1% is readily accessible to man. 80% of the earth's
inhabitants have no access to clean water. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), a child dies of a water related
disease every eight seconds.
Influenza Virus Type A
Chlorinated water will aggravate the Influenza Virus, particularly Type A. Type A is the most serious and usually appears
every two or three years. Type A is prone to mutation and regularly produces strains to which people have no resistance. Type
A influenza has caused many epidemics and is also responsible for pandemics, in which entire continents are affected.
Influenza A virus subtype H5N1, also known as A(H5N1) or simply H5N1, is a subtype of the Influenza A virus which can
cause illness in humans and many other animal species.
Bottled Water ???
Bottled water manufacturers don't state what is in the water and in most cases are turning back into unhealthy municipal
water by adding biocides such as chlorine or fluoride to provide additional shelf life. If our filter is restricted to use
within trusted municipal sources only, the product will filter water for 640 refills. That is about 1 cent per 22 oz. of water.
MUCH safer and more practical than bottled water.
Chlorine and Your Shower
"Taking long hot showers is a health risk, according to research presented last week in Anaheim, CA, at a meeting
of the Amercian Chemical society. Showers - and to a lesser extent baths - lead to a greater exposure to toxic chemical contained
in water supplies than does drinking the water. The chemicals evaporated off the water and are inhaled. They can also spread
though the house and be inhaled by others. House holders can receive 6 to 100 times more of the chemical by breathing the
air around showers and baths than they would be drinking the water." NEW SCIENTIST 18 SEPT 1986 Ian Anderson
Chlorine used to disinfect indoor swimming pools could be one of the causes behind an astonishing surge in childhood asthma
in developed countries in the past few decades, according to a new study.
Children who regularly use swimming pools face a 70 per cent increased risk of developing hay fever, say researchers.
They found youngsters who visited their local pools more than once a month were much more at risk of suffering allergies
than those who hardly ever used them.
Researchers blame the chlorine used to keep pool water clean.
They claim chlorine by-products which contaminate the air of indoor swimming pools, irritate the airways and lungs, making
them more vulnerable to allergies.
Dr Yvonne Kohlhammer, from the National Research Centre for Environment and Health in Neuherberg, Germany, who carried
out the study, warned the link could not be ignored.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Swimming teachers and other people who spend a lot of time near chlorinated pools face an
increased risk of breathing problems, Dutch researchers report.
Chlorine reacts with substances such as urine and sweat to create byproducts that can irritate the respiratory tract,
most importantly chloramines, explain Dr. Jose Jacobs of the University of Utrecht in The Netherlands and colleagues in a
report in the European Respiratory Journal.
The research team surveyed 624 swimming pool employees and sampled air at six swimming pools. They measured trichloramine
levels at all 38 pools included in the study to estimate long-term exposure among employees. Trichloramines are the most volatile
type of chloramine, and are known to irritate the eyes and upper respiratory tract.
Compared to pool workers with the least exposure to trichloramines, such as catering employees or receptionists, swimming
instructors were 2.4 times as likely to suffer frequently from sinusitis or sore throat, and faced a 3.4-fold greater risk
of chronic cold, the researchers found.
Employees with high levels of exposure were at greater risk of a number of other respiratory symptoms compared to the
general Dutch population, ranging from a 40 percent increased risk for tightness of the chest to a more than sevenfold greater
likelihood of suffering breathlessness while walking with a person of the same age.
People who reported excessive humidity or inadequate ventilation at work were also more likely to report breathing problems.
Trichloramine exposure is the most likely explanation for the breathing problems identified in the study, given that levels
poolside can be three times higher than the established comfort level, the researchers write. The chemicals could boost a
person's risk of asthma, allergies and other breathing problems, they suggest, by making the airways more permeable,
Health and safety regulations for chlorinated pools address water quality, but not air quality, Jacobs and colleagues
point out. One possible way to reduce levels of trichloramines might be to improve hygiene among pool users, they add, although
enforcing compliance could be difficult.
SOURCE: European Respiratory Journal, April 2007
A US chlorine bomb killed 350 Iraqi's in March, 2007.
1. Why it is not longer a luxury but essential to purify your drinking and bathing water.
2. The Solution
Chlorine is added to our water.
Chlorine is an important chemical in water purification, in disinfectants, in bleach and in mustard gas.
It is used to kill bacteria and other microbes from drinking water supplies.
Effects of chlorine on human health depend on how the amount of chlorine that is present, and the length and frequency
of exposure. Effects also depend on the health of a person or condition of the environment when exposure occurs.
Breathing small amounts of chlorine for short periods of time adversely affects the human respiratory system. Effects
differ from coughing and chest pain, to water retention in the lungs. Chlorine irritates the skin, the eyes, and the respiratory
system. These effects are not likely to occur at levels of chlorine that are normally found in the environment.
Health Effects of Chlorine
What are the main health hazards associated with breathing in Chlorine?
Chlorine is a severe nose, throat and upper respiratory tract irritant. People exposed to chlorine, even for short periods
of time, can develop a tolerance to its odour and irritating properties. In general, volunteers have experienced irritation
of the nose, a weak cough, and increased dryness of the throat at concentrations ranging from 0.02 to 2 ppm. Concentrations
of 1 to 2 ppm produce significant irritation and coughing, minor difficulty breathing and headache. Concentrations of 1 to
4 ppm are considered unbearable. Severe respiratory tract damage including bronchitis and pulmonary edema (a potentially fatal
accumulation of fluid in the lungs) has been observed after even relatively low, brief exposures (estimates range from 15
to 60 ppm). The development of pulmonary edema may occur immediately or can be delayed up to 48 hours after exposure. Numerous
cases of chlorine exposure have been reported, but actual exposure levels have not been well documented. Symptoms observed
in non-fatal cases include difficulty breathing, cough, spitting up blood, tightness in the chest, a blue discolouration of
the skin, severe headache, nausea, vomiting and fainting. Even with severe exposures, complete recovery usually occurs within
one week to a month, depending on the extent of injury to the respiratory tract and lungs. However, long-term respiratory
system and lung disorders have been observed following severe short-term exposures to chlorine.
One of the disorders observed is called Reactive Airways Dysfunction Syndrome. With this condition, asthma-like symptoms
and increased reactivity of the airways is experienced. In some other cases, permanently reduced lung function has been observed.
It is not possible to draw firm conclusions from one limited study which showed neurological effects (e.g. impaired balance
and verbal recall) in 7 people with very high, short-term chlorine exposures.
Individuals with pre-existing lung disorders (for example, asthma) are more sensitive to the irritating effects of chlorine.
Aluminum Sulfate is added to our water.
A link between exposure to aluminum or aluminum compounds and Alzheimer's disease or other neurological diseases has
been suggested. This link was suggested because of severe neurological effects which have been observed in patients receiving
dialysis treatment (with dialysis fluids containing aluminum); effects seen in animals exposed to aluminum using non-occupational
routes of exposure; case reports of neurological effects in individual workers; and findings of elevated aluminum levels in
the brains of patients with neurological diseases.
Gardia is found present in our drinking water.
What is it?
Giardia lamblia is a microscopic parasite that is associated with water and infected animals.
How did I catch it?
The usual way is by drinking water containing the parasite or
eating food washed in this water.
How is it treated?
Medication can help with the infection so the doctor may prescribe
antibiotics. (If this happens finish the course).
It is important to keep drinking filtered to stop dehydration while you have diarrhoea.
Can I give it to some one else?
Person to person spread is possible. As the organism appears in faeces, hands that are not washed after using the toilet
or changing nappies can spread the infection.
If the above three reasons are not enough to convice you to purify your water, there are many many more.
If you are simply looking for a cooler or sink purifier or even thinking about a whole house project, please contact me
as I am a consultant and can recommend the best possible system.
Chlorine Free, Unlimited bottled and fresh drinking waster, Filtered Showers & Baths for all the Family!
Risk of Diseases Lowered
Reduces Respiratory Problems
Less Sinus Irritation
Ends Stinging Burning Eyes
Skin Rashes Reduced
Smoother Softer Skin
Scientists have proven that free chlorine in tap water will attack skin and hair protein. This is especially true when
you have a hot shower. Itchy, dry, flaky skin and dry, brittle hair with split ends are commonplace in areas with high free
It is just as logical to remove the chlorine from our showers and baths as it is to remove it from our drinking water.
Some authorities feel that because our skin is our largest organ we can absorb more chlorine from one shower than from
drinking the same amount of water in one day. If you have eczema or dermatitis you can benefit greatly by reducing the itch
that chlorine produces after your shower